Tag: Coaching and Feedback

5 Simple Steps to Deal With Poor Employee Performance

April 18, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Managing poor employee performance in one of the biggest challenges for any manager. And there are simple ways to make it much easier, and be a lot less demanding on your time. For managers, the performance of every employee is vital, because in today’s tough business environments, there is simply no room for passengers any […]

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Leading Others? Give Feedback!

November 22, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Ironically, it often feels easier not to give feedback. For most people, whatever their role, the concern with what can be seen to be a confrontation is so much easier to delay, prevaricate with and – in many cases – simply put off altogether. And that makes matters worse, almost every time. Here are three […]

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How to Manage 14% Better

September 20, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Many organisations now use surveys to see how they are doing. Some are focused at customers and clients, whilst others look at how the employees think their workplace is. The majority of employee surveys fell out of a brilliant piece of work by two researchers at Gallup – Curt Coffman and Marcus Buckingham – and […]

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Feedback – The Most Golden of Rules

May 23, 2010 | By

It’s funny how theory comes back to get you in the end. After so many years of reminding those in positions of authority that there are some vital rules for feedback, it takes just one occasion to show the real value of the advice. It was a sunny morning in my local chain coffee-shop. The […]

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Thirteen Employee Benefits of Being Coached

February 10, 2010 | By

Taking the time to create a coaching environment for your workplace can take a bit of effort, especially to start with. There are many benefits to managers to spend time on this work and, without doubt, many benefits for their people too. When employees work with an organization, they look to provide for their families […]

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Listening – The Manager’s Vital Ingredient In Employee Development

February 9, 2010 | By

There are many tactics managers adopt when they are interacting with their teams. On a one-to-one basis, nothing is more important than the capacity to take the time to listen effectively… Getting to know your people well is one of the most important activities for anyone in a management or supervisory position. Armed with good […]

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Summarizing As a Communication Tool

February 4, 2010 | By

As managers, we need to create the best interactions with our employees as we can. Understanding each other needs to be the goal, after which, everything else follows. When we speak to each other, it’s inevitable that what is said, sometimes, maybe even often, is misunderstood, so when a message needs to be very clear, […]

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Five Steps to Effective Feedback

January 11, 2010 | By

You might be surprised how effective feedback can be to your team, but you have to get on and do it, so here’s some great tips! Five Steps To Giving Feedback View more presentations from miltonpat. Share this:

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Scrooged – A Dickens of a Way to Manage Change!

December 24, 2009 | By | Add a Comment

Managing change in our lives and in our businesses is vital in the modern environments in which we live. There is much to learn from that old and cantankerous Dickens character, Mr Ebenezer Scrooge himself…

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Growing Capable Employees – The Easy Way

December 19, 2009 | By | Add a Comment

Do you ‘CELT’ each day? If you want to get yourself excellent employees, fully formed and using their full potential – maybe it’s time to think about it! Through engaging our people, we can bring the best from them – maybe even more than they might have thought possible, though as a manager who believes […]

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